|Reviews for For Eyes to See as Can|
| MuggleCreator chapter 28 . 1/15/2014
Absolutely wonderful, the way the characters, emotions, themes and settings are presented.
Thank you for the lovely interpretation.
| frodothejedi chapter 28 . 7/31/2012
OMG. I love this story: I have read it twice so far. Thank you larner, for such beautiful story. I 3 Frodo & Sam!
| emmerlii chapter 3 . 6/9/2010
Great chapter :) Look forward to reading more soon. xXx
| emmerlii chapter 2 . 6/9/2010
You, my dear Larner, are one of my all time favourite fanfiction writers! Such presission (I think I spelt that wrong) in the way you present your characters! That's why I've decided to read all of your stories, and review every chapter :)
It's been, I don't know, about 6 months since I read a LOTR fic or even watched the movies... I got really busy and forgot completely all about them. I have since found that passion inside me again and I again have a burning inspiration to continue with my works.
Now, onto more important things, my thoughts for this chapter... One word; amazing! You're truly gifted as a writer, your talents are amazing. The way Bilbo was going on about Frodo not keeping things bottled up reminded me of Michael Jackson (huge MJ nut by the way), and I imagined him telling Price, Paris or Blanket not to keep things bottled up.
I look forward to reading more of this tomorrow :)
| Tulip Proudfoot chapter 28 . 2/14/2008
I have finally finshed enjoying this story. Thank you so much for the writing of it. I will read more of your works.
| Tulip Proudfoot chapter 22 . 2/6/2008
| Tulip Proudfoot chapter 17 . 1/30/2008
Yes, I'm back and still enjoying reading your story. Thanks.
| Tulip Proudfoot chapter 16 . 12/18/2007
I'm back, and reading with great enjoyment. Thank you.
| Tulip Proudfoot chapter 14 . 11/28/2007
I'm back again, reading this delightful story. And again, I'm using the chapters as a reward for some work completed. Thanks!
| Westel chapter 28 . 11/10/2007
After reading all 28 chapters at one sitting, I can only say that I was deeply moved in every one of them. You have captured not only the special relationship between Frodo and Sam, but the relationships among all with whom they came in contact. You have provided a deep layer of understory that intricately melds with JRRT's Tale, drawing over it all a gossamer sheet of the Valar and the Maiar, and Eru, and the much older Story.
You've put yourself into Eyes, Larner. Do you also keep a box and a locked drawer in a room with the desk?
| Tulip Proudfoot chapter 7 . 11/5/2007
Such a lovely story. And I love the way your Sam speaks.
| Tulip Proudfoot chapter 2 . 11/2/2007
Well, since I finished the other story, I just have to read more of your works. It's a real treat at the end of the day's work to read another chapter, with cat in lap and tea mug beside my hand. Thanks again.
| Rhyselle chapter 28 . 10/26/2006
I read The King's Commission on HASA, but hadn't had time to look for more of your work until today.
Thank you for this wonderful, wonderful telling. Samwise has always been my favorite character out of the entirety of The Lord of the Rings, with Faramir becoming a close second. I feel that you got him just right, inside his head and heart. And through this I feel like I have a better understanding of Frodo as well.
I can't say what part is my favorite in this tale. Each time I think I've settled on one section or brace of lines, something else catches my attention and demands I focus on that instead.
From the cadis fly worms to the kettle hung over Frodo's fire to brew Athelas tea, I felt like I was there with Sam, from the first meeting all the way to that last journey west to the Havens.
Excellently done story. I am going to look at the rest listed in your profile and I truly expect that I will enjoy them as much as I have this one.
| Silent Secrets chapter 28 . 6/18/2006
*crying* Th-that was beautiful...the ending's what really got me...wonderful work! *claps hands and crys harder*
| quendria chapter 27 . 10/26/2004
Larner...I don't think I can adequately express to you how beautiful this story truly is. It's full of such exquisite attention to detail, wonderful understanding of characterization and plot, marvelous symbolism, tenderness...(I swear I could see Sam at the desk, writing furiously, as he tried to unburden himself). I have read few stories that have achieved the level of intricate emotional outpouring as you have reached with this story. I think I cried through half a box of tissues. A few times it seemed almost too painful to continue reading, but the strength of your imagination wouldn't allow me to stop. It is certainly a labor of love. Thank you for sharing it with us, it's indeed been a pleasure to read...Q